With the Netflix spinoff of Full House, "Fuller House" in full swing, the crazy is all the same! Realtor.com decided to take a closer look at how the famous home has been doing and who the possible owners were.
The gorgeous Victorian, whose exterior appears in the opening credits for "Full/Fuller House," is located at 1709 Broderick Street in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Even though the show is filmed entirely in a studio elsewhere, the home has gained quite the drawings of fans over the years.
The interest in the home has since then rocketed since the sale of the home to the new owner, Jeff Franklin, the producer of both "Full House" and "Fuller House." Jeff purchased the home in April 2016 and set forth plans to renovate the interior to finally match the set. Jeff was said to have various ideas with the course of the renovation, to possibly use it to film new footage of "Fuller House", or stage a sleepover for the cast, or just maybe rent of out the place.
Since the initial renovation interest, the plan has been granted although, there are some not to happy neighbors in the mix. Two of Franklins neighbors have recently filed a request for a "discretionary review" hearing, which could throw a wrench in moving forward. The surrounding neighbors are concerned that the reno plans might make the neighborhood even more overrun than ever.
Franklin “is a Hollywood producer who has bought the house for commercial purposes—promoting it as a fan destination, using it for promotional events and filming at the house,” complained neighbor Carla Hashagan in the ...
About Brazos Place
Brazos Place is a 14-floor high-rise located at 8th and Brazos in exciting Downtown Austin. Completed in 2008, Brazos Place Condos, or lofts rather, feature concrete floors, exposed ceilings, and the most upscale and current interiors around. Brazos Place lofts vary from studio-sized (378 square feet) to 3-bedroom penthouses and are priced anywhere from $250K to $1.5M, depending on their size. Just a few blocks from the Texas Capitol, Brazos Place residents live in and near some of the most historic areas in Texas.
Apart from the rich history surrounding Brazos Place, residents can also take advantage of the nearby entertainment, retail, and dining—some of the best in town. With Stubb’s Barbeque, a popular concert venue and restaurant, the Alamo Drafthouse on 6th St, and some of Austin’s finest art galleries close by, Brazos Place residents will never have to travel far for a good time. Amid the history and exhilarating atmosphere of its surroundings, Brazos Place offers one of the best places from which to enjoy all that Downtown Austin has to offer. Brazos Place is located at the intersection of Brazos Street and 8th Street. The zip code for Brazos Place is 78701.
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After years of touring apartments, John and Kim Andrews of Laguna Hills were soon to give up on finding a spot in their beloved New Orleans area. The Andrews typically looked in industrial buildings and had yet to find anything that really knocked them out.
The couple recently walked by the sales office of the Standard, still under construction. The building, designed by Morris Adjmi, offers 89 luxury condos, an outdoor pool, outdoor kitchens, a concierge, and covered parking. This property included features that reminded Mr. Andrews of the properties in New York or Los Angeles. They signed a contract for a 1,407-square-foot two-bedroom with two baths for just over $1.1 million.
For the first time, New Orleans has a critical mass of luxury condos set to enter the market, deluxe finishes and amenities included.
"Developers—some local business people relatively new to real estate—are betting they can lure a more discerning, affluent buyer: empty nesters shedding suburban houses for the city’s walkable downtown, and newcomers ready to buy into the Big Easy’s eclectic lifestyle."
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The Shore is a 22-story luxury high-rise condominium located in Austin’s Rainey Street District with panoramic views of the Colorado River and the twinkling lights of Austin’s city skyline. This 192 unit condo tower offers studio and 1-2 bedroom units averaging 1,200 square feet in size.
It is an urban oasis surrounded by tranquil green spaces and has one of the most beautiful outdoor living areas in Downtown Austin. It is within walking distance of Lady Bird Lake and Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail. Lakeside recreation and classic Austin city life is available right at the building’s doorstep.
The Shore offers residents amenities suitable to the finest resort. In-house amenities include 24-hour security, a luxurious lobby, controlled-access parking, a spacious outdoor terrace with a calming lap pool, and a top-of-the-line fitness center. This environmentally-friendly building is certified by the Austin Green Building Program.
Austin Independent School District is selling its headquarters campus on West 6th Street to an active local developer and plans to move its administrative offices to a building outside of downtown on South I-35.
AISD trustees voted Monday night to sell the Carruth Administration Center at 1111 W. Sixth to Schlosser Development Co. for $35.5, according to multiple media reports. The company executives plan to redevelop the existing buildings - more than 158,000 square feet of office and residential space across five buildings. It has also been rumored that the company could potentially demolish the buildings and construct something new from the ground up.
Fortunately, the property isn't in Capitol view corridor that would limit building heights. Schlosser is busy in the downtown Austin Area, as they are putting finishing touches on the Shoal Creek Walk office tower three blocks east.
In an effort to assist with congestion on Interstate 35 through downtown Austin, the Texas Department of Transportation is looking at adding two managed express lanes, where fees are increased during heavy traffic and lowered during light traffic, in each direction.
Local officials announced the $8 billion project, titled Capital Express, at the Austin Chamber of Commerce Regional Growth Summit meeting Monday. The toll lanes are expressed to be very similar to Mopac's single express lane. TxDOT Public Information Officer Diann Hodges said the express lane would stretch 33 miles from RM 1431 in Round Rock to SH 45 Southeast near Buda.
The main concern is the congestion in downtown. "Because of the constraints and the fact that we cannot widen the roadway, we're actually going to go down," said Hodges.
Along with adding two additional lanes, TxDOT said I-35 through downtown Austin would be lowered, and it is possible that the plan could involve removing the upper decks that stretch from Martin Luther King Boulevard and Airport Boulevard.
"We only get one shot to rebuild and improve I-35 through downtown Austin, so we have to do as much as is reasonable within the existing footprint to enhance mobility and lower it," said Senator Kirk Watson.
Many were thrown off by the decision to create toll lanes rather than general purpose lanes. TxDOT said that if that were the case, the lanes would clog quickly.
"This is a way to kind of control that traffic," said Diann Hodges. "Provide some relief to those general purpose lanes but also provide those who may need to get somewhere in a hurry, that opportunity."
Before this project will begin, the public will input from previous I-35 meetings will be taken into account as well as an environmental study....
The Sabine On 5th Condos is a former iconic office building in downtown Austin recently renovated and repurposed into residences. It is located on the banks of Waller Creek, between 5th Street and 6th Street. This unique location gives Sabine Condos distinct views of the State Capitol, University of Texas, Lady Bird Lake, and the Hill Country.
Sabine Condos houses 80 units with floor plans ranging from one-bedroom units, 600 square feet, to two-bedrooms with 1400 square feet. It features stained concrete floors, massive windows, soaring 11' ceilings, stainless steel appliances, maple cabinetry and contemporary kitchens and baths with stunning glass tiles.
The building is close to chic cafes, museums, theaters, and a variety of Austin venues, perfectly blending prestige with trendiness, luxury with affordability. It is adjacent to the Red River District, with 3 blocks of live music venues and close to the famous 2nd Street District with a wide range of restaurants, shops, outdoor cafes, museums and outdoor activities in the nearby Town Lake complex.
About Riverwalk Condos
If you are looking for an established condo community in South Austin with peaceful surroundings and a short commute to the heart of the city, then look in the way of Riverwalk Condos. The 144-unit condo development boasts a strategic location for individuals who need to be in downtown for work and at the shores of Lady Bird Lake for fun on weekends. A gated community with a diverse mix of residents, living in Riverwalk Condos means you can mingle with students, career professionals, and retirees alike. Truly a gem, the spacious units of Riverwalk Condos can offer you two- and three-bedroom layouts, each with their own exterior entrances and a share of the well-tended community landscaping.
Residents can choose between hiking at the 10-mile Lady Bird Lake Hike and Bike Trail, kayaking on sunny weekends, or a simple dip at the well-maintained community pool. Big Stacy Park and the Blunn Creek Nature Preserve are close by too-- perfect destinations for short day trips on weekends. For shopping and dining options, Riverwalk Condo residents can simply head to South Congress Avenue and the myriad of shops and food bistros that can keep you urban busy the whole day. Thanks to its close location to downtown Austin, it’s easy to spend time in the concrete jungle when you want to, or simply relax in the tranquil setting of your home when you feel like it. If what you need is a peaceful home right at the center of the action, Riverwalk Condos is the home for you. Located off of East Riverside Drive between Alameda Drive and Newning Avenue, the condos are on the shores of Lady Bird Lake and use a 78704 zip code.
About Austin City Lofts
Austin City Lofts feature living spaces that can be described as a mix between a simplistic-modern and elegant, embellishments influenced by European architecture. All lofts include floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as access to the pool and fitness center located in the building; perfect for a relaxing finish to any day. Austin City Lofts for sale range in price from the mid $300’s to $1.3M, and include everything from smaller, 1-bedroom lofts, to the penthouses located on the top floors of the building.
For those living in Austin City Lofts, everything is walking-distance from the building, making it easy to grab a quick bite at Frank and Angie's Pizzeria or enjoy the night-life of West 6th St. Austin City Lofts offers luxury and convenience for those looking to live in the heart of downtown Austin.Austin City Lofts is located at the corner of West 5th Street and West Avenue. The zip code for Austin City Lofts is 78703.
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About Avenue Lofts Condos
Located just one block down from Austin’s thriving entertainment district, Avenue Lofts truly offers a unique downtown living experience. This 38 unit condominium community was once an office building, yet has been converted into one and two story lofts. Exposed infrastructure, stained concrete floors, and unique lighting lend a modern feel to each loft. Residents of Avenue Lofts enjoy a private pool, fitness center and covered reserved parking. Lofts range in size from 1,000 to 1,800 square feet and are priced in the $200s to $400s. The Avenue Lofts are located off of East 5th Street (South) and are bordered by East 6th Street (North), Neches Street (East) and Trinity Street (West). The zip code for Avenue Lofts is 78701.
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1829 Coronado Hills Dr.
Welcome to Coronado Hills. Situated in a secluded neighborhood with easy access to cross town highways. Enjoy over-sized bedrooms, welcoming kitchen and living dwellings, refined wood and lavish finishes throughout interior and exterior. Beautifully equipped media room and surround sound system to allow for comfort and ample opportunity for guest entertainment! Luxurious backyard resort-style pool, outdoor kitchen, and patio provides for an instant vacation featuring waterfall, hot tub, covered patio overlooking greenbelt and beautiful Austin hill country.
Easy access to beautiful Downtown Austin and close shopping in the area. With a plethora of community amenities such as tennis courts and pool, undoubtedly this fantastic home will be top of mind for all that have the opportunity to view it.
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About 360 Condos
The 360 Residential Condominiums are conveniently situated along Shoal Creek, on the western end of downtown Austin. Residents enjoy easy walking distance to restaurants, clubs, hike, and bike trails, Lady Bird Lake, Republic Square Park, the Second Street District, the Warehouse District, and many other destinations. At 44 stories and 581 ft (177.1 m) to the tip of the spire, 360 is the second tallest all-residential building in Texas. Built in 2008, the 360 Condos are considered part of Austin's Market District, an area of downtown Austin named after the flagship Whole Foods development at its heart.
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The University of Texas is constantly drumming up ways to better their program and work to give students, and staff an exemplary experience. This plan was created to work towards making a "comprehensive guide to the institution as it supporst a more diverse and inclusivve campus culture," says Gregory Vincent, the vice president for diversity and community engagement.
“This plan strengthens these efforts and helps make certain we are all doing our part of building a strong, inclusive culture where all members of the community are respected and the educational experience for our students is enhanced by diverse people, scholarship and ideas.”
The plan focuses on eight areas: University leadership, staff, students, faculty, communication, campus climate and culture, alumni and community and pre-K-12 partnerships.
- Investments will be made to bring more student housing for freshmen
- It will create a long-term transportation plan
- It calls for more faculty and staff inclusion training
- It will establish a university-wide testing center
- It calls for renewed student recruitment and admissions effort
The University will expand minority outreach and recruitment plans as well as include early financial aid packages during the recruitment process. The plan will also play a huge role in the University's overall admissions process.
To read more about this new plan, click here to read the full article from which this blog was based.
Oden Hughes LLC and CWS Capital Partners LLC have created a joint venture to build an upscale apartment community just west of downtown near the flagship Whole Foods Market Inc. store on Sixth Street.
The 226-unit complex with associated retail has broken ground at 1301 W. Fifth St. on a 1.6-acre site that previously was occupied by an AT&T office building and fleet parking lot.
Documents at the city of Austin show that the project is valued at nearly $29 million. About 10 percent of the units — one, two and three-bedroom floor plans — will be leased at below market rates to qualified households.
The development is scheduled to deliver in late 2018, including the 2,200-square-foot retail space on the ground floor. The contemporary styling is by Austin-based Kelly Grossman Architects.
Austin-based Oden Hughes previously built multifamily projects on behalf of CWS — including the recently completed Water Marq mid-rise at 300 E. Riverside Drive.
Oden Hughes also has a track record of building its own projects, including the 339-unit Lenox Boardwalk that will begin welcoming tenants in June. The apartment complex in East Austin is down the street from the $300 million Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) campus, which is under construction. At least 500 employees are expected to work at Oracle, supporting the tech giant’s burgeoning cloud-based technologies...
App-based shuttle service, Chariot, will begin servicing riders on a late-night shuttle schedule from January 27 'til next month. Downtown travelers who are going to and from bars and restaurants along Rainey Street to West Sixth Street will benefit from this new service, as the new shuttle's route runs along that area.
Chariot shuttle vehicles hold a maximum of 14 passengers and will charge $3.50 per person for their late-night route.
The new initative was created in partnership with the West Sixth Business Association to "test new mobility solutions to support local businesses in both neighborhoods and provide a convenient option for residents and visitors traveling between the two high-traffic areas.” Local residents and frequent city visitors are familiar with the increase in traffic congestion in the city as it undergoes a boom in urban development. This new travel option is a welcome addition to public transport services, as residents and visitors rely more on public transport for more convenient travel in the area.
Chariot launched its first public commter routes last December with typical communting hours. The new late-night service, called "the West 6th Runner", will operate from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Interested in this new transport service? The company actually offers first five rides free by signing up with their promo code. Simply type in "WEST6TH" when registering.
For more information, you can visit the official Chariot website by clicking on the link.
This article is based on a post that first appeared at Community Impact.
Capital Metro is helping Austin-area residents enjoy the New Year's celebrations safely by giving out free rides. The MetroBus, MetroRapid, MetroRail, and MetroAccess will all offer free rides after 6 p.m. on New Year's Eve in an effort to abate traffic and help Austin locals and visitors enjoy the celebrations more safely.
The schedule for the free transport can be accessed on this link. Customers can also access the automated phone line and online Trip Planner 24/7 to help them prepare their routes in advance.
Here are some things you need to know if you want to enjoy the free transport services for New Year's Eve:
- MetroRail buses will start giving free rides after 6 p.m. on December 31. With 9 MetroRail stations in Austin, the plan also includes extending the service on Saturday with an addition trip leaving downtown at 2:30 a.m.
- MetroRapid will offer its final departures at 2:30 a.m. from downtown along Guadalupe and Lavaca streets. There are two MetroRapid routes: one connects the Tech Ridge area to the Southpark Meadows shopping center in Southwest Austin through the UTexas campus and downtown; the other connects The Domain to the Westgate area in Southwest Austin via UT and downtown.
- Five Night Owl routes will run to and from Sixth and Congress every 15 minutes from midnight until 3 a.m. on New Year’s Eve.
- Local MetroBus service will operate a Saturday schedule on New Year’s Eve, but E-Buses and UT Shuttles will not be in service.
- Capital Metro's MetroBus and...
The proposed mixed-use development in Central Austin called The Grove at Shoal Creek will pave the way for the development of thousands of new residential units in the area. And thanks to an agreement between key city officials and the developers, final plans have already been plotted to determine the true size and scope of the project.
The controversial project was the source of contention and debate, as developers decided on what to do with the raw plot of land they have acquired for $47 million from the Texas Department of Transportation.
Challenges arose when developers tried to submit a "Planned Unit Development" for approval, but could not easily get the "go" as the land hasn't been zoned before. But thanks to an agreement signed last December 4, The Council approved a revised PUD that would "cap office space at 185,000 square feet and cap retail space at 140,000 square feet, including a maximum of 35,000 square feet per tenant and no more than 10,000 for “cocktail lounge entitlements."
The development will also provide an additional 1,500 homes in Central Austin. The cap on maximum number of allowed apartments that was previously set at 650 was also lifted. To read more about this developing news, you can access the original article from which this post was based here.